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Flags on JV3

Discussion in 'Mimaki' started by wrapfx, Apr 13, 2009.

  1. wrapfx

    wrapfx New Member

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    Just wondering if anyone has printed double sided flags on a JV3 160sp, if so what material did you use and what happens when it is double sided, would the image ghost through?

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
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  2. Digitall

    Digitall Guest

    Use 100% tyvek blockout, just did one for the City
     
  3. Digitall

    Digitall Guest

    Used polyester true flag outdoor flame resistent for the flag material. Made in Germany by 3p Textiles. Great stuff.
     

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  4. wrapfx

    wrapfx New Member

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    And what about printing double sided?
     
  5. Digitall

    Digitall Guest

    It is double sides, just print two exactly alike, sandwich with Dupont tyvek and sew. the way we sew ours (this one) was to first serge the edges so the tyvek is even at the edges, then we double stiched a 1/2 edging around the border, finally close up the pole end and sew on a 1 1/2 inch header, then grommet. We then press through our heat roller so it is wrinkle free, fold it up a put in bag.
     
  6. insignia

    insignia Very Active Member

    is it still flexible or light enough to blow in the wind well like that?
     
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